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Conn’s HomePlus Class Action Lawsuit

Are Conn’s HomePlus and Conn’s Furniture Store harassing you with repeated phone calls to collect their monthly payments? Conn’s has a reputation for repeatedly calling customers with auto-dialers and oppressing them with barrages of telephone calls to request payments.

However, these practices are often illegal or fraudulent. With the help of our lawyers, you may be able to sue Conns – for up to $1500 per call! If you have been a victim of the obnoxious debt collection tactics, our debt relief attorneys are here to assist you. Call us now: we’re here to fight on your side.

 

Conn’s Furniture Store illegal debt collection practices

Conn’s Furniture Store and Conn’s Home Plus are a famous a home store who sell many good including furniture and electronics. They provide consumers with credit to buy their products through their own store application process. However, whenever a person starts falling behind on making their monthly payments, Conn’s is known to use all types of obnoxious or threatening strategies to force their hand on these payments.

According to many user complaints and reports, they often mistreat consumers with offensive language, call them over and over again with illegal automatic telephone dialing systems, or withdraw money from people’s bank accounts without obtaining their consent.

You have the right to fight against Conn’s harassing phone calls

If Conn’s HomePlus harassed you with intrusive phone calls or kept calling you over a monthly payment you owe them, they are probably breaching the law. Many statutes protect consumer’s rights against these overly aggressive debt collection tactics. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) are federal laws that establish the boundaries within these companies can communicate with you.

If those statutes are violated, you can sue Conn’s and its subsidiaries to and be eligible to a substantial financial compensation. Our legal team will assist you identify the possible violations they committed:

  • Used robocallers and auto-dialers to call you over and over
  • Repeatedly call you during the day or night
  • Kept calling you after you formally requested them to cease
  • Offend or threaten you with obscene or abusive language
  • Withdraw money from your bank account without your explicit consent
  • Disclose any private information to third parties
  • Communicate your debt through misleading or deceptive methods
  • Request you to pay a monthly fee you do not owe them
  • Offer illegal settlements or fraudulent solutions to pay off your debt

Conn’s past litigations and settlements

Back in 2009 Conn’s already had to pay a $4.5 million settlement after it was involved in a Texas state lawsuit where it was accused of deceptive trade practices. In May 2009, Attorney General Greg Abbott filed a litigation against the electronics retailer claiming it violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act. He acted on behalf of the more than 3,500 consumers who filed a complaint.

The suit alleged that Conn’s deceptively exchanged refurbished products as new, didn’t repair, refund or replace the defective items properly, and used aggressive sales practices to sell warranties to customers.

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